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Plants Matching pelargonium

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James H. Schutte

(Dean's Delight Scented Geranium, Scented Geranium)

The velvety, deeply lobed, jagged-toothed, green foliage of 'Dean's Delight' is a reason why it's also called the oak-leaf geranium. Crush or rub the foliage and get a whiff of pungent fragrance. Some leaves may display random spots of purple-brown. This hybrid scented geranium also bears loose clusters of pale lavender-pink flowers when temperatures are warm. Some petals have large red-violet spots. Small curly-tailed brown seeds follow any pollination by butterflies or bees.

Vigorous and easy...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Designer™ Light Pink Zonal Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

The delicate-looking flowers of the Designer™ Light Pink zonal geranium are combatant combination of pale pink and light lavender. Petal bases often blush to near white. The plant has a compact mounding habit, pretty scalloped leaves, excellent self-branching ability and huge flower clusters. The leaves are medium green, with faint bronze-green zonal band designs. It is vigorous and will bloom all summer long if well maintained, such as deadheading old flowers and keeping the foliage dry. The Designer™...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Designer™ Scarlet Red Geranium, Zonal Geranium)

This vivid-flowering Designer™ Scarlet Red zonal geranium has a compact mounding habit, pretty scalloped leaves and huge, striking red flower clusters. It is vigorous and will bloom all summer long if well maintained, such as deadheading old flowers and keeping the foliage dry. The Designer™ Series was introduced by Ball Horticultural Company.

This everblooming tender perennial has fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves that are lobed and medium green. A muted bronze-green band or "zone"...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Designer™ Geraniums, Zonal Geranium)

The zonal geraniums in this series have compact mounding habits, pretty scalloped leaves and huge flower clusters that come in lots of different colors. They are unusually vigorous and will bloom all summer long if well-cared for. The Designer™ Series was introduced by Ball Horticultural Company.

These tender perennials have fragrant, somewhat fleshy evergreen leaves that are lobed and crisp medium green. Their showy flowers are five-petaled and borne in big terminal clusters. Some cultivars...

(Dolly Varden Geranium, Fancy-leaved Zonal Geranium)

The variegated white, red and green foliage of 'Dolly Varden' compliments its brilliant orange-red flowers. This showstopper looks great planted in combination with white sweet alyssum, profusion white zinnias and Sanvitalia procumbens in containers or garden borders.

Vigorous and easy to grow, this fancy-leaved zonal geranium needs full to part sun and average to fertile soil that drains well. Most hybrids, like 'Dolly Varden', are everblooming and appreciate regular deadheading. Enjoy...

Image of Pelargonium x domesticum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Martha Washington Geranium, Regal Geranium)

Developed in Great Britain in the mid-19th century and still going strong after more than 150 years, Regal geraniums (known in the United States as Martha Washington geraniums) are bushy, tender, evergreen perennials grown for their generous bloom. Grown in containers or the ground, they continuously produce large clusters of showy ruffled flowers held high on slim stalks. The flowers are white, pink, lavender, purple, red, or orange, often with boldly contrasting blotches. The large, rounded, toothed...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Candy Flowers™ Bicolour Martha Washington Geranium, Martha Washington Geranium)

Atop a plant with a mounding habit and slightly spreading branches, Candy Flowers™ Bicolour Martha Washington geranium produces lavender-pink blossoms with dark red-violet markings. This hybrid plant is known for its floriferous habit as well as ease of production in cooler greenhouse conditions, resulting in earlier flowering. 'Cambi' was introduced from German plant breeders. Regal geraniums - known as Martha Washington geraniums in North America - were first developed in Great Britain in the mid-19th...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Candy Flowers™ Dark Red Martha Washington Geranium, Martha Washington Geranium)

Candy Flowers™ Dark Red Martha Washington geranium produces deep crimson blossoms with black-red markings. The plant forms a mound with spreading branches. This hybrid plant is known for its floriferous habit as well as ease of production in cooler greenhouse conditions, resulting in earlier flowering. 'Camdared' was developed by German plant breeders. Regal geraniums - known as Martha Washington geraniums in North America - were first developed in Great Britain in the mid-19th century. They are...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Candy Flowers™ Pink Eye Martha Washington Geranium, Martha Washington Geranium)

Atop a plant with a mounding habit and slightly spreading branches, Candy Flowers™ Bicolour Martha Washington geranium produces coral-pink blossoms with dark red markings. This hybrid plant is known for its floriferous habit as well as ease of production in cooler greenhouse conditions, resulting in earlier flowering. 'Campeye' was introduced from German plant breeders. Regal geraniums - known as Martha Washington geraniums in North America - were first developed in Great Britain in the mid-19th...

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Ball® Horticultural Company

(Candy Flowers™ Bright Red Martha Washington Geranium, Martha Washington Geranium)

Atop a plant with a mounding habit and slightly spreading branches, Candy Flowers™ Bright Red Martha Washington geranium produces scarlet-red blossoms with very dark red-violet markings. This hybrid plant is known for its floriferous habit as well as ease of production in cooler greenhouse conditions, resulting in earlier flowering. 'Camred' was introduced by German plant breeders. Regal geraniums - known as Martha Washington geraniums in North America - were first developed in Great Britain in...